Take a break
Ducie Street Warehouse in Manchester (Photo: William Furniss)
Take a city break
For those wanting to take a break in Manchester this autumn an ideal venue is open for the weary traveller to lay their head.
Ducie Street Warehouse working with Native Manchester is inviting guests to enjoy its grade II listed aparthotel near Manchester Piccadilly railway station.
The complex has 166 apartments on the top five floors and a bar, restaurant and lounge on the ground floor.
Native Manchester atrium (Photo: Keith Collie)
The 166 luxury serviced apartments start from a studio to a palatial two bedroom duplex penthouse apartment.
With a lounge, restaurant, bar, all-day deli counter, takeaway shop, cinema, outdoor terrace and fitness classes, you’d be forgiven for never leaving the building.
In addition, the complex is the Winner of The Sunday Times Best Hotel, North of England 2019.
The aparthotel boasts a range of apartments including Studio, Premium, One Bedroom, Premium One Bedroom, right up to Penthouse Two Bedroom.
Go to luxury venue for great staycation
Ducie Street Warehouse is home to Manchester’s iconic Bar, all-day Lounge, restaurant, cinema and hotel: Native Manchester.
It also includes independently run fitness studios BLOK.
Forge your own path
There’s room for everyone to follow their own path; unwind, socialise, dine and drink. Upstairs, the apartments come with generous kitchen and living spaces. If you’re travelling in a group, call to snap up its interconnecting apartments.
The Lounge is a vast central space that offers informal food and drink by day and flips into a lively venue for drinks and music at night.
Relax at Ducie Street Warehouse (Photo: Felix Mooneeram)
It’s a destination in itself or even a stopping point before or after dinner, a movie or an event.The restaurant is a classic take on a modern brasserie, open for lunch and dinner.
In addition, Manchester born Higher Ground will be hosting a month-long pop up at Ducie Street every Friday and Saturday in October.
Highly acclaimed chef and front-of-house duo, Richard Cossins and Joseph Otway will be taking over a corner of the kitchen and making a big old noise in the dining room.
A five-course sharing menu will be served and an optional wine pairing consisting of three glasses is available to add-on at the booking stage.
Wines by the glass and by the bottle will be available on the day, as will cans of Manchester brewed beer.The venue’s newest addition is Counter. A beautiful, bluette tiled deli counter serving hot and cold food, takeaway coffees and a wide selection of drinks including beers, wines and canned cocktails.
At Counter you’ll find the locally renowned Gooey bakery where all of their bakes are handmade daily from the kitchen at Ducie Street. The smells and queues onto the street are something to behold!
And the venue offers a range of 25 fitness classes across three beautifully designed studios, BLOK delivering a world class fitness experience.
The venue at 51 Ducie Street, Manchester, is only two minutes’ walk from Manchester Piccadilly.